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kfield
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But I needed to
kfield   9/25/2013 3:50:13 PM
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I used to live in a part of Cambridge, Mass. where the parking was unusually dense. I had a driveway, which was a luxury, but often had to deal with people who would park in front of the curb cut. One day, a driver really took the cake though: I caught her parking in my driveway and her response was "But I needed to park here."

kfield
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re: What were they thinking: F for parking
kfield   9/25/2013 3:48:20 PM
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I say go with the orange cones and you don't have to worry about spelling!

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re: What were they thinking: F for parking
BrianBailey   6/25/2013 5:16:33 PM
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Nicely done!

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re: What were they thinking: F for parking
mhrackin   6/25/2013 4:02:53 PM
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Maybe the "Privae Parking" was another variant on the Toilet Parking. They just couldn't spell "privy"!

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re: What were they thinking: F for parking
DrQuine   6/24/2013 3:06:08 AM
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Parking is a sensitive topic for city dwellers - you've certainly uncovered some "sign gems" to add a smile to their faces.



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